Yes, it has to be.
It makes you compare and evaluate, not introspect.
It makes you greedy and corrupt.
Oh wait, maybe it’s not Facebook, it’s just me.
“Comparison is the thief of joy,” said T Roosevelt.
Of course it is the root of good too.
It has the power to spread revolutions.
Highlight everyday heroes.
Collect funds.
Overthrow governments.
Write constitutions.
Crowd-source movements.
But. Envying Facebook friends leads to a vicious “envy spiral”
And. Facebook envy fosters dissatisfaction.
Says a survey. And I quote.
The leading online and offline envy provokers in Germany are related to “Travel and Leisure”.
It’s true! Unless your the Buddha.